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Vol. HIL.?No. 22.
J. W. KING, 74, I
OF MURPHY IS
Was One of the Outstanding
Mr. J. W. King, local merchant and
busines-man, passed away at 10:00
o'clock, Cristmas night , after an illness
of les* that two weeks. Death
was the reult of heart attacks. He
-would have been seventy-four in
Funeral services were held at
Bellview Friday December 27. with
the Revs. H. W. Baucom C. F. Martin,
and L. Conley officiating. Interment
was in Bellview cemetery,
with Pejtton G. Ivie in charge of
Mr. King had 'been a beloved and
respected citizen of this section for
many year?. On the death of his
wife some ten years ago. he moved to
Murphy, where he had made his home
ever since. Besides his own mercantile
business, he was interested in
Wofford-Terrell holesale Company.
As a boy, he attended Hayesville
Academy, where he was a classmate
and close personal friend of a boy
who was destined to become a re.
nowned preacher, George W. Truett.
The death of Mr. King is mourned
by many friends, who remember
him as a kindly, christian gentleman.
Few services at his church found his
sey. W. H.
Amos, Mrs. Dora
W. B. ^^JBB^^BHM
Brown, Alba Roac^B^^K^^^^^H
Mrs. Ben Posey,
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have been given
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the latter of
New York. He
Valley Authority and in
presented a paper before
The assembly represents
and most important group of^^HHV
ists in this country.
eddy IVaN^Mtr in Western North i
ITE OF H
SEEKS TO END I
ALL GREETINGS I
New York, Dec. 26. A New
Year's greeting to end ail holiday
greetings appeared in the personal
notices column of The Herald-Tribune
"Wanted dead or alire the guy
who started this greeting card racket
and if you addicts who sent me
pictures of reindeers and angels
and Scottie dogs, think 1 am going
to waste good doueh b* bp*?lrino
out into this annual sentimental
rash you're crazy. So, damn it,
here's thanks for your loyely beautiful
thoughts, in the cheapest way
possible, and may all you suckers
have a Happy New Year. Want to
make anything of it?
(Signed) HARRY EVANS."
BUILDING AND LOAN
FOR FUNDS MAPPED
Plans for the establishment here f
a Building and Loan association, aided
financially by the Federal government,
are going steadily ahead under
a Lions clulb committee, W. M. Fain,
chairman of the group announced
Mr. Fain says the outlook for the
initial local outlay of $2500 is very
good and he expects to launch the
campaign to raise the money in sev.
tral weeks. The Federal government
will add three times the amount raisUj^^-B^whiclLin
Carolina, Covering m Large and Pe
Murphy, N. C. Tues., S
Of TV A Plan
To Be Reveal
WORD RECEIVED Or
wassee TVA Dam appea
day when Carl A. Bock
nounced that a definite si
At the same time B<
ment could be expected
means the board should ,
the middle of this week.
Also included in th<
was the statement that
countered in acquiring th
The site finallly choi
Bend site 1 5 miles below
man site on the river was
ately below that point the
doubles back a short mil<
Original plans, it is
had the dam built on the
dug through the mounta
^tuated on what is know
tentiallj Rick Temtor-r in This State
E DAM SI
s in This Area,
ed This Week
^ THURSDAY STATES ^
i on the $14,000,000 Hiared
one step nearer Thurs- j.
:, chief TVA engineer, an- n
ite had been chosen for the
ack said official announcewithin
10 days which
apt On 1 f snme hmo
? ? <W V4U1 lllg 1,1
i story that reached here (f<
'difficulty had been ene
land *. 1
sen is known as the Fowler
here. At first the Colebeing
river makes a turn and 80
i paralelll to itself.
i understood, would have
Coleman site and a tunnel
in with the power house
n as the Powelson site at a
le of the river.
.50 YEAR?5c COPY
IN THIS ISSUE
tany local Firms Pledge
This the first issue of the Scout for
)36, is designed primarillv to be
ew Year's greeting number.
Through it the Scout and the r^any
erchants in this section are seeking
> give their best and wholehearted
ishes for a New Year.
Murphy has progressed rapidly durg
1935, but from every indication
le coming year has much more in
ore for everyone.
The idea of this issue is not to
erely send each other a mere in.
trmal greeting, but to assure mutual
operation in the upbuilding and
owth of Cherokee county during
)36. It. is a pledge of assurance.
Those joining in the good wishes
: the coming year are:
Reece Motor Company.
W. M. Fain Grocery Company.
The Mountain Valley Mutual Asciated
Citirens Bank and Trust Company.
Candler's Department Store.
Whitaker's Bargain Store.
Mauney Drug Company.
Carringer's Department Store.
W TV Tn^nsnn
E. C. Moore.
Murphy Hardware Company.
Southern States Tower Co.